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George F. Kuhn, Sr.

Born: Wed., Nov. 28, 1934
Died: Sun., Aug. 18, 2013

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George F. Kuhn, Sr., 78, of Freeport, passed away at 4:45 a.m., Sunday, August 18th, while in the company of family members, at his residence. George was born in Natrona Heights, on November 28, 1934, the son of the late Violet (Graybigle) and Charles B. Kuhn. He worked as a supply clerk for Highlands School District, retiring in 1996. He was a member of the Center United Methodist Church, in Natrona Heights. George was a member of the Freeport Senior Citizens Center, where he was President for several years. He enjoyed his family and grandchildren, gardening, yard sales, playing cards, painting, and weekend getaways with his wife Betty.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Betty J. (Dillon) Kuhn; his son George F. "Fred" (Deborah) Kuhn Jr., of West Deer; 3 daughters Denise (Kenneth) Scovern, of Buffalo Twp., Hope (Michael) Roenigk, of Buffalo Twp., and Carol (John) Kotora, of Rural Valley; 11 grandchildren Allison, David, and Michael Kuhn, Jennifer and Kenny Scovern, Gavin Roenigk, Julie, Amber, Jonathan, Brianna, and Brooklyn Kotora; and great grandchild Jaxson Scovern; his honorary children and grandchildren Linda Baker, of Ind., Sonya, Amber and Josh and Betty (Tom) Becker,of Valencia, Justin and Shaun; 3 brothers Herbert Kuhn, of Fla, Donald Kuhn, of Arnold, and Thomas Kuhn, of Fawn Twp.; and his stepbrothers Jack Koedel, of Buffalo Twp., and James Koedel, of Fawn Twp.

Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers Charles and Clarence Kuhn.

At Mr. Kuhn's request, there will be no public visitation A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Arrangements handled through the Redmond Funeral Home, Inc. Freeport.

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Jackie Wolfe

So sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers.

Dean Kuhn

Betty and family;

May the peace of the lord be with you this day.

I will miss this guy. May the hosts on high say welcome.


Deb and Dan Simko

Betty and Family, Dan and I extend our heartfelt sympathies to each of you. We shall miss his card games, his full bodied laughter and many words of wisdom. Eternal memory!!

Marsha Kuhn Campbell

Aunt Betty and Family, So sorry for your loss but thankful he's no longer suffering. It was fun having him as an uncle and a neighbor all through my childhood years. Lots and lots of good memories. Keep his memory alive, as I'm sure you will.

Jeff Kuhn in Albany NY

As a child, my favorite vacation destination was Natrona Hts PA. I visited all my relatives on both sides of the family as my parents both grew up there.Most of my many aunts and uncles had at least three kids (mostly female) which meant there were plenty of cousins to visit in a short amount of time...George was one of my favorite uncles as his son Fred was my age and I associated with him the most when visiting PA. George and Betty always welcomed me as part of their family. I did not go hungry there and always had a place to sleep even when they had up to six children living there at times. Of course as I got older, his kids were out on their own so I didn't stay for days on end like when I was younger.But I always made sure I stopped to visit George and Betty and have something to eat and play the card game Wizard that George enjoyed playing.

Uncle George may be gone but he will never be forgotten by me.God bless him and his family.....




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